Friday, April 21, 2000
Jobs Talks To Apple Shareholders
In a wide-ranging Q&A session at Apple's annual shareholders meeting, CEO Steve Jobs discussed the AIM alliance, graphics chips and other Mac issues.
Apple Shareholders To Meet
Apple will take the final step toward a stock split on Thursday as shareholders are expected to support an increase in authorized shares. The company will also bid farewell to board member Edgar S. Woolard Jr.
Let Your Mac Take You Wherever The Inspiration May Carry
We all know the story. It can be heard almost anywhere we may choose to go. They might say "Simply put, PCs are better than Macs. My PC is 600 Mhz faster than yours. I've got fifteen more software programs than you, that tight ass game that just came out, and ten more gigs of hard drive space. For the same price." How can you argue with that? Can a Mac still be better than a PC without matching numbers? Well, pull up a chair, sit back, and pop in some nice soft music. I'll show you how...
Apple's Second Quarter
I'm sure you've already heard the news: Apple had yet another profitable quarter. Considering the company was "beleaguered" and "almost dead" three years ago, we now take such announcements in stride.
The H.M.S. Freeverse
My problem with card games on the computer is you lose the most important element of the game...interaction. Seems to me the only reason people play any card game other than solitaire is so you can hang out with friends. Freeverse Software, with the launching of their internet game server, the H.M.S. Freeverse, has quite effectively eliminated this problem.
WWDC2000 Weblog: Claimed as the ultimate independent Apple WWDC weblog, the new site intends to cover all the details of the upcoming Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference. Well, at least those details that aren't covered by some form of NDA.
Intel Delays Celerons Because Of Manufacturing Crunch
Intel has pushed back the release of two desktop processors because of a manufacturing crunch that has created shortages.
Microsoft Beats Earnings Expectations, But Sales Slow
Microsoft today beat Wall Street expectations, reporting earnings of 43 cents per share for its third quarter, but the results were tempered by news that sales of corporate PCs were slow.